The University of Pennsylvania is a proud participant in NSLVE:
“The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) offers colleges and universities an opportunity to learn their student registration and voting rates and, for interested campuses, a closer examination of their campus climate for political learning and engagement and correlations between specific student learning experiences and voting.” Learn more.
Penn’s NSLVE data is key to Penn Leads the Vote’s data-driven approach to improving voter engagement on campus.
2018 School-By-School Voting Rates
The spreadsheet below contains school-by-school voting information for the 2014 and 2018 elections. Unfortunately, there is no way to differentiate between the graduate and undergraduate divisions of schools with both type of students. This data comes from Penn's 2018...
Penn vs Ivy League Comparison (2018 Data)
The following is based on the below PDF and Penn's 2018 NSLVE data Penn's 2018 voting standing compared to other Ivy League institutions: Voter registration rate: Penn's 2018 voter registration rate (85%) was about 8% higher than the Ivy League average (77%) Voting...